Pem-Bor-Lei Farm Corgi's 

Pembroke Welsh Corgi's and Border Leicesters is a small hobby farm in northwest Ohio. We keep a small breeding flock of Tunis Sheep as well as a small fock of Americauna hens. We are expecting our next litter of Corgi puppies in November.
Our Corgis puppies will  be wormed, have their first shots, and health record.
Both parents live on the farm and you can feel free to visit any time!

Call us if you have any questions, 419-969-0783

I am sorry there are no puppies available at this time, but enjoy some pictures of puppies that have gone to their forever homes!


8777 Road I-7 • Ottawa, Ohio 45875 •419-523-3657

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Mike's Pet Grooming & Boarding

 Breeding Mission
Along with our Grooming and Boarding services, Kathy and I also breed Pembroke Welsh Corgis.  We have always had a love for this wonderful breed and our goal as breeders is to maintain the best temperments along with providing a high standard of breeding quality to preserve the breed.   

 Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Low-set, strong and sturdily built, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi gives an impression of substance in a small space. He is one of the most agreeable small house dogs, as well as an avid competitor in many dog sports, including conformation, herding and obedience. The Pembroke Corgi is a separate breed from the Cardigan Corgi, possessing a shorter body and straighter, lighter boned legs. His ears are pointed at the tip and stand erect, and he has a short tail. The coat can be red, sable, fawn, black and tan with or without white markings. (

Legend has it that the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an "enchanted" dog, and certainly this must be true! 'Tis said he was used by the fairies and elves of Wales to pull fairy coaches, work fairy cattle, and serve as a steed for the fairy warriors. Even today those people with keen eyes and understanding hearts may see the marks of the "fairy saddle" in the coat over the shoulders.

Pembroke’s have been used by the Welsh as herding dogs, family companions, and guardians of the farm. They continue today to be workers and companions for their owners. It is believed that their ancestry dates back to at least the tenth century. It is unknown whether they are descended from the Vallhunds (Swedish cattle dogs possibly brought to Pembrokeshire by the Vikings) or from the ancestors of the present-day Schipperkes and Pomeranians that were brought to Wales by Flemish weavers.

In the 1920's Corgis were recognized as pure-bred dogs in the United Kingdom. In 1934 the Pembroke and Cardigan Corgis were recognized by the English Kennel Club as separate breeds. American Kennel Club recognition of the two distinct breeds also occurred in that same year.

Pembrokes are sensitive and intelligent dogs. They are easily trained as long as training is done with gentle handling and without severe physical correction. They are
healthy and long-lived dogs and are excellent companions for either rural or urban families. (

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